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Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex Closed Until Further Notice

Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex Closed Until Further Notice

Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex Closed Until Further Notice HIGH RIVER, AB:  In response to updated public health restrictions outlined yesterday (January 14) by the provincial government, the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex will remain closed to the public until further notice. Complete information on the updated provincial restrictions, can be found here: https://www.alberta.ca/enhanced-public-health-measures.aspx Recreation staff will continue to offer virtual fitness...

12th Avenue SW Advisory – Street Light Installation

12th Avenue SW Advisory – Street Light Installation

12th Avenue SW Advisory – Street Light Installation HIGH RIVER, AB:  Starting on Monday, January 18, 2021 crews will begin installing street light fixtures along 12th Avenue SW, west of the roundabout. During the installation period, there may be times when traffic on 12th Avenue SW is disrupted for a short time. Residents are asked to follow directional signs and...

Deadline to Renew Dog Licenses is January 31

Deadline to Renew Dog Licenses is January 31

Deadline to Renew Dog Licenses is January 31 A dog license is required once your dog is three months old and must be displayed on its collar. This will help ensure your beloved dog can be reunited with you if they become accidentally lost. To renew your license and pay through Customer Self Service, you will need to have your User ID and tag number in...

New Bins at Recycling Centre Will Help Prevent Costly Contamination

New Bins at Recycling Centre Will Help Prevent Costly Contamination

New Bins at Recycling Centre Help Prevent Costly Contamination Residents will see new bins at the Recycle Centre and notice a few changes to the openings. The recycling industry is always changing to improve ways we recycle. We’d like you to know a few things about the bins: > These bins are installed by the vendor who provides this service to...

Snow Clearing Work Continues following Major Christmas Snowfall

Snow Clearing Work Continues following Major Christmas Snowfall

Snow Clearing Work Continues following Major Christmas Snowfall HIGH RIVER AB – Following a record snowfall in the region work crews are still working at snow removal. Thank you to residents for your patience and understanding as they have continued work through the holidays to address priorities. > The first priority has been to ensure all solid waste collection routes...

Town of High River Passes Fire Protection Bylaw

Town of High River Passes Fire Protection Bylaw

Town of High River Passes Fire Protection Bylaw December 28, 2020 HIGH RIVER, AB – As a result of the meeting on December 14, 2020, Council has passed the new Fire Protection Bylaw 4583-2020. This Bylaw states that the sale and discharge of consumer fireworks within the boundaries of the Town of High River is prohibited. With many accidental fires...

Recycling during the holidays – what goes where?

Recycling during the holidays – what goes where?

Recycling during the holidays – what goes where? December 23, 2020 High River – Are you wondering how to recycle your packaging, wrapping and trees this year? We’ve got you covered! Here are some tips and tricks for how to recycle during and after the holidays. Christmas items accepted for recycling Christmas wrapping paper (glossy or matte but NOT foil)...

Winter Storm Update – Town Crews Continue with Clearing and Garbage Collection

Winter Storm Update – Town Crews Continue with Clearing and Garbage Collection

Winter Storm Update: Town Crews have been plowing and managing deep snow on our roads since yesterday. Please read below for information about garbage collection. You can help by shovelling snow onto your lawns where possible. Placing snow on road ways will impact clearing and cause safety concerns. Snow and Ice Control & Solid Waste Collection will continue today and...

FCSS helping the community to Thrive this winter

FCSS helping the community to Thrive this winter

FCSS helping the community to Thrive this winter December 18, 2020 HIGH RIVER, AB – 2020 has been a year of struggle for many and the holiday season is no exception. Moving into the holidays and beyond, the Town of High River Family and Community Support Services are here to help you Thrive through this winter season. Whether you are...